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i doubled the recipe, and measured out 11 1-cup portions when finished.
A great side dish or dip for chips
This recipe creates 16. I make a batch for the week. Recipe modified a little bit, but original is from FITGIRL15
This recipe (using ingredients below) creates 668 grams worth of product. Using a serving size of 83.5g, you'll get 8 servings.
Recipe from Tosca Reno's Eat Clean Diet Cookbook. I entered this recipe using my ingredients and my measurements so i know exactly how many calories each burger is.
From my cuisinart pizelle maker manual. This last batch created 49 cookies, so i adjusted the servings so I know approximately how many calories are in each cookie.
from Cooking Light (December, 2008) - this turned out REALLY well. I bought three pieces of tenderloin from the butcher, and had him halve them since they were about 3" thick - so i had 6 smaller steaks (each about 5 oz each, so that's still a lot).
The prep time is a lot only because you need to let the beef marinate for about 2 hours.
Also, the nutritional information will vary depending on how much beef you use, and how many servings you prepare.
Peanut Butter pudding pie :)
If using the sugar-free fat-free instant pudding, I'd recommend using slightly less milk than called for because the pie will turn out a little less firm than desired. It might be a mess, but it's a tasty one!
Use creamy peanut butter if you don't like the crunch.
this is NOT low calorie! I entered this to see just HOW MANY calories a SMALL piece of pie is. I even used light corn syrup. It tastes really great, but should be made for occasions where you'll share it (i brought mine in to work).
Recipe from Fine Living (emeril lagasse recipe):
Calories do not include caramel sauce (recipe below)
We had a health fair at work today, and a chef came in to make food and talk about healthy cooking and what to have in your pantry. Below is the recipe. It was VERY good!
recipe by Sandy from Cooking with Sandy (www.cookingwithsandy.net)